I have a bad habit of leaving my iPhone on charge and then forgetting about it. If you’re like me and want to be notified when your battery reaches 100%, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s how to get a full battery alert on your iPhone and iPad.
There are two ways to make battery alerts on iPhones. You can use the pre-installed Apple Shortcuts app or download a third-party app. In addition, This article will show you how to disable full battery alerts or get low battery alerts on your iPhone. Let’s get started.
Method 1: Get full battery alert using iPhone’s Shortcuts app.
On iPhone and iPad; Notification when your iPhone’s battery is fully charged; sound, You need to take the help of Apple Shortcuts app if you want to get notifications like announcement etc.
Follow these steps to enable full battery notification on your iPhone:
Step 1: Install and launch the Apple Shortcuts app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Click the Automation tab at the bottom.
Step 3: Click on the (+) Add icon at the top and then click on Auto-Create Myself.
Note: If you are creating an automation for the first time. You’ll see a button to automatically create your own. Click on it.
Step 4: In the list of available automations, scroll down and click Battery level.
Step 5: Drag the battery level slider to the far right. Below the Slider you will see Equals 100% written. now, Click Next at the top.
Suggestion: If you want to get notification alert for low battery on your iPhone, set the battery level to 20% by dragging the slider to the right side.
Step 6: Now, You need to set what your iPhone should do when the battery level reaches 100%. Click Add action and search for the appropriate action.
You are music, notification sound; You can turn on a sound alert or announce that your iPhone has a full battery.
To play music when your iPhone’s battery is fully charged:
- Find the Play Music function.
- Click it to add.
- Then click on the music icon and select the song you want to play.
- Finally click Next.
Turn on the default notification sound.
Find and tap the Show notification function. Once installed, Replace the Hello world text with what you want to show the full battery alert. Let’s keep the battery full. Click Done.
Then tap the arrow next to the notification text and make sure the Play Sound button is turned on. Sadly, You cannot change the audio tone here. If you want to hear a different notification sound for full battery notification, you must change the default notification sound in iPhone settings. Then click Next at the top.
Open Voice Note.
You can set a sound note to play whenever the battery level reaches 100%. Create a voice note in your voice for fun. Therefore:
- Look for the Play recording function and once you find it, click on it.
- Click the Playback Type icon next to Play.
- Select Specific recording.
now, Click the Recordings icon and select the recording you want to play. Click Next.
Announce iPhone Battery Level.
I spoke to the iPhone and it announced that the battery was full. To do so:
- Find the Speak Text function and tap on it.
- Next, tap the Text icon next to Speak and type the text you want your iPhone to announce. “Battery full” is set.
- now, Click Next.
Pro tipClick the Play button in the upper right corner of each activity. Preview the action.
Step 7: You will arrive at the automation preview screen. Turn off ‘Ask before run’ and click Don’t Ask to confirm. It allows your iPhone to run automation without asking your permission.
Step 8: Click Done and your fully automated system is ready.
now, Whenever your iPhone’s battery level reaches 100%, you’ll be notified about it based on the type of activity you set in step 6. To stop charging your iPhone, you must unplug the charger. It will not stop charging automatically.
The above method has the advantage that it will run automatically whenever your battery level reaches 100%. But if you set an alarm for another battery level, like 90%, it will notify you even when your iPhone is charging. That’s even if your iPhone isn’t connected to a charger.
Suggestion: Check out other handy iOS shortcuts for everyday use.
Method 2: Use Third-Party App to Get Full Battery Alert
If you don’t like the features provided by the above method or want to manually start the full battery alarm, You can use a third-party app called Battery Change Alarm as described below.
Step 1: Install and launch the Battery Charge Alarm app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Drag the slider below the desired battery percentage to 100%.
Step 3: now, Connect the charger to your iPhone and tap Set Alarm whenever you want to get a full battery alarm on your iPhone.
The app will alert you when the battery is 100% full. You must unplug the charger to manually cancel the alarm or stop the current battery warning alarm.
Step 4: If you don’t get an alarm when the battery reaches 100%, open the settings on your iPhone. Scroll down to the Third-party apps list and tap Battery > Notifications.
Step 5: Turn on the switch next to Allow notifications.
How to turn off full battery notification on iPhone
To turn off full battery alerts on your iPhone and iPad, you must turn off the automation you created in Method 1. to do so Follow these steps:
Step 1: Open the Apple Shortcuts app on your iPhone.
Step 2: Click the Automation tab and select Full Battery Automation.
Step 3: Turn off the switch next to ‘Enable this automation’ and click Done.
So you can set or disable iPhone full battery notification. Have more questions? Read the next section.
FAQs about full battery notification on iPhone
Earlier it was reported that telling Siri to charge your iPhone to 100% calls emergency services. But now Siri just says it can’t help.
It won’t automatically stop charging your iPhone at 80% if you don’t unplug it. However, iPhones have a battery optimization feature that slows down charging when the battery level reaches 100%. You can enable or disable it from Settings > Battery > Battery Health > Optimized Battery Charging.
While it is safe to charge an iPhone overnight, and iPhones have a battery optimization feature, it is not recommended to do so. It’s better to charge when you’re awake and nearby. Learn how to fix iPhone battery drain problem overnight.
Unfortunately, You can’t turn off low-battery alerts sent by your iPhone.
Maintain iPhone battery health.
Hopefully, you can get the full battery alert on your iPhone and iPad using the methods mentioned above. Unplugging your charger once the battery is fully charged is one way to preserve battery life. You should check out other ways to maintain iPhone battery health.